Real User Monitoring vs Synthetic Monitoring

Real User Monitoring vs Synthetic Monitoring

A comparison between Real User Monitoring (RUM) and Synthetic Monitoring   Real User Monitoring is considered to be passive monitoring. It relies entirely on services that constantly observe the system in the background, tracking applications’ availability...
Why Python?

Why Python?

In a previous post (Alyvix technological change) I briefly wrote the reason why Alyvix is written in Python. It’s easy to use and it has great potential. In this post, I’m going to deepen this topic. Python is the fastest-growing programming language....
Unified monitoring powered by AI

Unified monitoring powered by AI

UNIFIED MONITORING POWERED BY ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE If you consider the business-critical operations, you can’t look at the single transaction. It is fundamental to look at the whole work-flow. Nowadays, companies are increasingly focusing on...
End User Monitoring: why?

End User Monitoring: why?

End-user experience monitoring Gartner defines End User Monitoring (EUM) as the capture of data about how end-to-end application availability, latency, execution correctness, and quality appear to the end user. The aim of the end user experience monitoring is to...
Icinga Camp 2019, Berlin

Icinga Camp 2019, Berlin

Icinga Camp, Berlin 2019 On March 14, we attended the Icinga Camp event in Berlin. As in previous years, it was a blast. Just for info, an Icinga Camp is a platform for the community to come together to learn and share about experience and challenges. It’s...
Application Availability and Responsiveness

Application Availability and Responsiveness

The popularity of web-based applications increases every year and consequently, it’s extremely important to provide end-users with high-quality service. Nowadays, companies run their business-critical processes through Software as a Service (SaaS) products....